Wayback Machine is an archive of websites that lives on the Internet Archive’s site, so you would treat the Internet Archive as the container of the archived web page you view. Include the archived web page’s information in container 1 of your entry. In container 2, include Internet Archive in the Title of Container element and the URL that Wayback Machine provides for the archived page in the Location element:

Collazo, Julie Schwietert. “Cuban Quimbombo (Afro-Cuban Okra).” The Latin Kitchen, 25 Feb. 2014. Internet Archive, web.archive.org/web/20180324130552/http:// thelatinkitchen.com:80/blogs/kitchen/cuban-quimbombo-afro-cuban-okra.

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